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By: Statseeker Latest Version: 5.6.0

Product Overview

Statseeker is the world's fastest network performance monitoring solution (NPM), trusted by private, Fortune 500 companies, and G20 governments around the world.

It offers extremely fast 60 second polling that has a very light touch approach to monitoring your entire network. It is highly scalable and delivers fast real-time network performance data from a minimal server footprint. It can monitor networks of any size, collecting network data such as

Extensive support for:

SNMP and ping metrics
NetFlow, sFlow, JFlow, NBAR
Syslog and SNMP trap messages
MAC/IP data
Asset and Inventory Data
SDN configuration and health metric data.

Statseeker's unique 60-second data resolution, ultra-fast reporting and blanket network coverage from one physical or virtual server provides monitoring for up to 1 Million network interfaces across your whole network, giving you edge to edge visibility. It provides powerful dashboarding and reporting out the box that gives you the contextual situation awareness capability you need to proactively monitor your network. Built-in advanced Trend analysis, Anomaly detection and Forecasting provides powerful analytic and capacity planning capability. Receive early warning alerts for network performance behavioural changes as soon as they happen, so you can focus on being more proactive rather than reactive.

Statseeker is automatically deployed as a AWS virtual machine instance in just a few minutes and is installed as an all in one network performance monitoring appliance with no additional external dependencies. Select the "Free 45 Day Evaluation" link below to get started and once you have been provided your product license key and the AWS VM instance has been instantiated, login to the web Interface via your browser https://[dns-name-or-ip-address]:443 and enter details as provided by our sales team.



Operating System

Linux/Unix, FreeBSD 13.1

Delivery Methods

  • Amazon Machine Image

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